Malte Liewerscheidt

Malte Liewerscheidt is an experienced country risk analyst examining political, economic, regulatory and security risks affecting organisations investing and operating in sub-Saharan Africa.

Background

Malte Liewerscheidt is a Vice President with Teneo based in London. He is an experienced country risk analyst examining political, economic, regulatory and security risks affecting organisations investing and operating in sub-Saharan Africa.

NIGERIA: Fuel subsidy makes a comeback

( 3 mins) On 1 March, the state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) announced that domestic fuel prices would remain fixed in March, despite the ongoing oil price rally. Echoing a similar statement in February, today‘s announcement provides

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NIGERIA: Covid-19 challenges abound

( 4 mins) Nigeria faces a second wave of Covid-19 infections, with a steady surge since December 2020. The government is hesitant to reintroduce restrictions on movement that proved hugely unpopular and were in fact widely ignored in

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GHANA: Hung parliament will necessitate compromise

( 3 mins) On 7 January, President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo will officially commence his second term in office following the inauguration of the new parliament the same day. The ruling New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) wafer-thin majority will be put

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Wale argues forcefully for change in this one. But will they listen? | Avoiding 2016: What Nigeria should do to fight the coming economic storm https://eco215.wordpress.com/2020/03/23/avoiding-2016-what-nigeria-should-do-to-fight-the-coming-economic-storm/ by @walesmit

Our latest take on the implications of #COVID19 in #Africa
https://www.teneo.com/sub-saharan-africa-coronavirus-its-the-economy/

What is Nigeria doing to prepare for #COVID19?

*Daily assessment, devpt of guidelines, training of health workers
* Intensified screening at POE
* Established testing capacity in 3 labs
* Regular communication with public

& a lot more

For more questions
https://ncdc.gov.ng/news/221/frequently-asked-questions-–-03%2F02%2F20

So the numbers are in finally. The FGs personnel costs in the 2020 Budget have increased from 3.0 Trillion to 4.9 Trillion on the back of minimum wage consequential adjustments.

Helluva surprise for @ZShamsuna.

The same FG earned 3.9 Trillion in 2018 and 2 Trillion in H1 2019. https://twitter.com/GuardianNigeria/status/1187241296131432449

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The Guardian Nigeria@GuardianNigeria

Today in The Guardian – Government orders payment of new minimum wage from April 18. Get a copy.

#NLC #MinimumWage #FrontPage #Headline #Business #Politics #Sports #Entertainment #News #Nigeria #NigerianNews #Africa #TheGuardianNg

The 9th @NGRSenate at a Glance. About 60% of Senators-elect are first-timers. Only 3 political parties are represented while only 7 out of the currently 107 occupied seats are women. @wipfng @womenadvocate @womenfundng

The 9th @HouseNGR at a Glance. About 61.6% of Members-elect are first-timers. 10 political parties are represented while women occupy only 11 out of the currently occupied 359 seats.

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Dino Melaye - part singer, part tree climber, part video vixen, part private investigator, full time comedian - returns to the senate ensuring that the supply of legislative entertainment will not diminish over the next 4 years #NigeriaDecides https://twitter.com/dinomelaye_/status/1099941506125836288?s=21

How the postponement of the general elections by INEC is a sign that things are getting better in Nigeria’s democracy.
https://guardian.ng/politics/things-are-getting-better/?F
@DoubleEph
#INEC #NigeriaDecides2019 #Nigeria

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